Paul Pelosi Net Worth

How much is Paul Pelosi Worth?

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Paul Pelosi Net Worth:
$120 Million

Paul Pelosi net worth: Paul Pelosi is an American businessman who has a net worth of $120 million. In her most recent wealth disclosure, Nancy and her husband Paul Pelosi estimated their personal net worth to fall somewhere in the range of $43 million and $202 million depending on the value of real estate assets, stock investments and other private assets.

Paul has been married to Senator Nancy Pelosi since 1963. The couple has five children. Nancy is a Democrat who has been the Chair of the California Democratic Party, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, the House Minority Whip, the House Minority Leader, and the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives.

Paul Pelosi was born in San Francisco, California in April 1940. He owns and operates the real estate and venture capital investment and consulting firm Financial Leasing Services, Inc. Pelosi graduated from Georgetown University, New York University, and Harvard University. He formerly owned the United Football League team Sacramento Mountain Lions, which is now defunct.

Paul Pelosi originally invested in the UFL's Oakland Invaders before buying the California Redwoods for $12 million before the team became the Mountain Lions. Pelosi also sits on many corporate and philanthropic boards and owns large stakes in companies like Facebook, Apple, Comcast and Disney.

Paul and Nancy's real estate assets include multiple homes in California, primarily in San Francisco and Napa. Their real estate portfolio is worth north of $25 million.

Paul Pelosi Net Worth

Net Worth:$120 Million
Last Updated:2020
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